Occupational Therapy Courses in UK

Cardiff-University-uk Occupational Therapy Courses are conducted at several renowned UK universities such as Cardiff University, University of Huddersfield, Northumbria University, Queen Margaret University (Edinburgh), Sheffield Hallam University, Brunel University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Coventry University, University of East Anglia, London South Bank University, University of Derby, Leeds Metropolitan University, University of Salford, University of Bradford, Canterbury Christ Church University and University of Cumbria. Major Occupational Therapy academic programmes available in these universities include courses such as PG Certificate in Occupational Therapy, PG Diploma in Occupational Therapy, BSc in Occupational Therapy, MSc in Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy (Pre-Registration) MSc.

Apart from these, advanced qualifications such as MD in Occupational Therapy , M.Phil in Occupational Therapy , PhD in Occupational Therapy  and Occupational Therapy MSc (Res) are offered at the University of Liverpool and the University of East Anglia. University of Cumbria is also popular for courses such as Occupational Therapy (Accelerated Route) MSc, PG Certificate in Occupational Therapy Advanced Practice, PG Diploma in Occupational Therapy Advanced Practice, BSc in Occupational Therapy Advanced Practice and MSc in Occupational Therapy Advanced Practice.

Other occupational therapy programmes available in different UK universities are MSc in Hand Therapy and MSc in Neuro-rehabilitation offered by the Brunel University, PG Diploma in Neurological Occupational Therapy and MSc in Neurological Occupational Therapy offered by the Coventry University, Certificate in Cognitive perceptual Interventions offered by the University of East Anglia and BSc honours in Integrated Therapy in Practice offered by the University of Salford.

PG Certificate and PG Diploma courses can be completed within one year while three to four years of university education is required to complete a bachelor level programme. Master degree can be obtained within one or two years of successful university education while Doctoral level qualifications may take more than three years to complete.  More information about these courses can be availed from respective university websites.


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